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: GA ; I/&? TO All) 'FRISCO.,
/Olg*P> an Athlete Beats His
rid's ark in Standing Jump.
nsost no table performance done at the
«etic games held at American League Park
• in aid of the non-sectarian San Fran
**Vj*Orphan Asylum fund was that of Ray C.
S*jv the worlds champion standing Jumper.
a tbiete. who helced to win honors for the
r <ted States at the recent Olympic games.
de »■ ne* world's mark for lhe standing Jump
"T ,j ieet C inches. His former record was 11
feet T * inches.
To make sure 'hat the record would stand as
«3dal. James E. Sullivan, the secretary of the
j^teur Athletic Union, who acted as referee.
i 4 the ground e»aminad after the jump, and
■ T^La t at all conditions had been fulnlled.
The entry li?t was one of the largest ever seen
la ibis city, and Included a number of members
,f th* American Olympic team. The track con
■ ♦ests w ere run ca turf " instead of on the cus
tomary cinder path. As few of th.3 runners
ire re used to running on the grass, no new rec
ords were made.
' A bis fieJd started In the three-mile race, the
feature of the track contests. Charles V. Bon
tag. of the Irish-American Athletic Club and a
aesnber of the Olympic team, made his way to
the front in the last mile, .and crossed the tapo
twentv-nve yards ahead of John J. Daly, the
Msh runner, who was second. Bonhag's time
Vas |! ™ in - 25? i sec - wniiam K T «lson. of the
• pj-^j^e Athletic Club, came in third, one hun
<jred yards behind L»aly.
About Jift> started in the» one-mile handicap,
nith Harvey Colin and James Sullivan, two
O'ympic athletes, on rateh. They were unable
to make their way through the big field, and
jailed to come In for places. Th« race was won
in an exciting finish by Harry Davenport, who
tad a generous handicap. His time was 4 mm.
3<i«j sec There were races for employes of de
pjirtnient stores and for public and hi£rh school
John J. Flanagan, of the Irish-American Ath
jetic Club, won the fifty-six-pound hammer
tiro.v. sending the weight '■>' feet 10 inches.
With the sixteen-pound aminer, however, he
teas beaten by S. P. Gillies, of the Kew York
Athletic Club, who had a. handicap of five feet.
Flanagan was scratch man. and got second place
•with a thro cf IC4 feet ■■' • inches.
Jlartin J. Sheridan, bolfie; of the ■world's
record with the discus, failed to lower his record.
Hr rai first In his contest, though, with a
throw of 122 feet 6 inches.
About three thousand persons saw the games.
The ummaries follow:
OnMsile run (har.dlmar) —Won by Harry Davenport.
jHcitj A. C. ISO yardst; Matt GeiK, Holy Cross LA'ceum
«i' yarit). tecor.a; Bart Freeman, Xavier A. C. (55
y»rfsi. t!..r: Time. 4:3o'i.
Foar-fcnn4r«3-and-forty->ard run OianiJicap: for em
t*t<* of department ■ — VTnn by H. Christophei
gle#t:-C'ooj*r CciE^acy iK-ratchl; G. C. Rous«. Adams Dry
Co&d* Oempany (2<» yards), s*cor.«i; William J. Gould,
John TV»r.sniaker (18 yards), third. Timf-. n:. r i.-'T,..
Emir.'.r; high jump 1 handicap) — Won by H. J. Cotler.
t A. A. C <1 inch), with an actual jump of 6 fe*t; A. S.
Rabin. GrdC<; A. C. (5 inchest, Becond, with 5 ft. 8 in.;
C. H ' Perry. Brooklyn Central Y. M. C. A. (7 inches),
■M with 5 •■ 7 in.
TSrowir* dxteeD pcuDd r.-n::r.-^r 'handicap) — W<»n by 6.
P. Gffiies. N V. A. C. »5 f*ft). with a throw of 160 ft.
J Ja.; John Fter-agan. Irifh A. A. C. (scratch), second,
with IM ft. 14 In.; D. Horgan. X. V. A. C. (IS feet).
ttlrt. frtOi l*B ft. KHi in.
Fenc-trandred-and-iorty-yar.J run (handicap 1 ) — by
P. L. Waters. I. A. C. C. (1^ van)*); A. T. Bailey. West
Eii» Erancii T. M. C. A. tt« yards), pecond; E. H. Yon
Oiai. Mohawk a. C. OS yarJs). third. Tsrr.a. O:. r .m.
Tlir«»-sr.!;« run (scratch)— Won by George V. Bonhaa-,
I A. A. C; Jota J. Daly. biah A. A. C. second; Wliliam
X«;son. Pi4*.!ni- A. C. third. Time, 15:25»' E .
Ttrowir.p fifty-«ix-poun.i -neiKht (handicap) — Won by
Join J. Flanagan (scratch), with an actual throw of 37
It. 10 in.: John McCarthy, I. A. A. C. (6 feet), second.
with 27 ft. & : i In.; W. B. Krapowie. £t. Bartholomew's
X. C (3 feetj. third, with 90 ft. 1 in.
fierenty-five-yard dasb (novice) — by A. H. Flem
td'Of. Oordon A. A.; Samuel "ritiptfttl. Pastime A. C, sec-
CBd; H. S. Cocker. una.tach«><3, third. Time, 0:(>S»4.
Oae-hmifiped-yar.3 Saeti 'har^icap) — Won by James A.
Arcbfr. Iris!:- *Jnericr.n A. C. <S ards); R. Wohlp.-muth.
rsttlme A. C <S ards). pecond; William Slade. Pastima
A. C. G'-i yartfi. third Ti".--. O:1OH.
6!and:r.e broad sump Ucap) — Won by Ray C. Ewry,
KnrTorit A. C. (actatcti) with an actual jump of 11 ft.
<io..lx'jls s!arp. Mohawk A. C. (3 mcli«). pecond. with
JO ft. fl to.: Belville Tompkirj, Frarklin A. C. <S inchea),
ikH. with 10 n 3 ;n.
Elcht-hunir-; ar. l-f-Jshty->-ard run (rtndlcap) — Won by
b Kataeacteln, Mohawk a. C. <20 yard*); C. I>-ah>. Irish-
AiE»ri.ar. A. C. (38 yards), second; v. R. Muller. Mohawk
A. c. (46 yardr). third. Time, 1:59%.
Ost-mile wlay <Y. M. C. A.i— Won by West Side T. M.
C. A., first t-«;n. with C. Ccnanaa. R. p. Tracy and A.
T. Bailey: Brooklyn Ocntral Y. M. C. a., secoh'l team.
Mceaa. with (J. p. Fisher. L. Scanlon. S. H. Warpawer
Jto^'Tl ' UrAz: West S -'■'-' V - M - c A# » 6ecoad team,
third. Tirn«>, S:4SH.
OMeJh relay race (for t(am» of th» Church Athletlo
I*aru*»— vr&r. by Xavier A, a. firet team, with J J. Mc-
Corma k. P. J Murray, F. .7. Mertz and W. G. Nicholas;
*avier A. A. Kcond team, eeoond. with John McLaughlln
A. E. Parkhouse, \v. j. O'Connell and W. Swansen;
Gncts Hub. third, with A. A. Stutz. E. J. Cook, P. J.
UsTJfan ud A. F. Rubin. Time. 3:42%.
On^-.Tii;* r'iay race <for department store teams) — Won
Eloomingdale Brothers, with J. L.. Harrfg. J. A. Joe!.
*•"'■'>■ V. Cohn and artes Coiliton; Siejrel-C.Mper
B"— secopd. wirh R. j. Dooly. Abraham Pipes. |L
tweenejr and Henry Chrirtoffer. Time. 3:50.
«3!£ Jirir -"' discus 'handicar.)— Won by Martin J.
Rjtn&uj. I. A. A. C. (scratch), with an a.-tual throw of
■m «?i. l^i.? - £ Goernor . Anchor A. r. «2."> feet), sec
£\ TIL 102 - ft - " : - in : M Krank Harr. I. A. A. C. (18
fwt). third, with MJ9 ft. ! : in.
On«-niile relay race (for teams ot the Catholic Athletic
Mafue^-Wrr. by Anunciation Rranch. with J. Healev. C.
«cAttl!C«. T. Quißley ar.d J. Lee; St. Ann second with
r. R Omnlnj %££&&[: rteney and V . Gould:
enittlu "' tr:ri - "-'■'■
J*»*M*«4-«ai-twenty->-ard dash (handicap)— Won by
Li, H4l! - F- A - ■* "c - ' 1T > a rds); Charles Hu!|?en.
Brooklyn , a -,, c - m yaris!l) ' s^^-d: L. B. Dorland. Elm
*oo« A. C. (15 yardi). thir.i. Time. 0^2%.
ADMIRE HARVARD CREW.
Fine Physique of 'A merican Oarsmen
Re7narJ:ed in London.
Lendoa. Aug. 4.— The Harvard University
«*nt-oarcd crew, which is to row the Cambridge
university crew next month, arrived in London
■beveiiing. They were met at Euston Station by
R. C. Lehrnar.n, the well known authority on row
■y. wao ro t a tilr ' c iched the crews at Har
jf™' ' . o!her Persons. The fine physique of the
croud* ■ t* 010 * 1 lh<; Ldmiratton of the holiday
<ay : tra"" rrtw go to Eourn<? End on Mon-
ONE FAVORITE WINS AT LATONIA.
f C:ac!nr.atl, Au s . 4.— Lens was the only successful
"^ te at Lalonia to - (l a>'. The mdlcap at wsven
urjor.gs was the feature of the card, and was woo
ry.Jajor T. J. Carson. Colonel Jim Douglas was
«tt>ad. and Alobr. the favorite, third. Potter.
*ach finished third in the first erent, was dis
•j-u.i.ied - r >r fouling, and Bell Toor.e got third
Wy - The track was fast. The summaries:
1 i*s. r ¥i c ! six furlongs) — Col( nr.ade. '■■'■ (Treubel), 2to
l!» <■?■' '•"■''■•• 10T "Ni-.-oii. 4 to .".. second; BeU Toor.o.
fee v"' o ''-, 4 " lo 3 - lhiri - Tto*.M:MVfc. Minnie John
r«-' pTi. ■J^''- Weberfelds. Esterre and Toutr a!.«o
«te«:\* r fir:lEh<-1 third, lut v.-a,* disqualified for touling.
Ul .1 ?.' avt furlmiss)— Lady Vjirjcrst. ••li (Joat), :i<»
ftM,^T ; . L Hehnmh. im tßuchanan). 15 to 1, ht-cond;'
xStpSSH^i llf -' lX*eol>. .1 ihird. Time. 1:01%.
•art «,!!*/• L " 1'"1 '" Wanca. Pleiad. Pc-n.o. Killed, Kro
*'-«ri'.ri".~ <i:r! - r l-*i"Kj-. Princess Marie. I'tdrlce. Ele
7W/ D r ? F*° E«H« «*» ran.
: iraß-T™ " >r<l mite)— OM - ■ ■•. lOJ (Aubucbon), 7 to
iilaj^B 'i,' lf& ***'"-■ :•■") (Taylor) 7to 1. ><•, .i.d. The
tonacnl t H*S? bel) - 14 u > :': '- thirt. Time, 1:39%.
t»r. " c - Tota Roberts. Mellvalne and Captain Hush also
QttS*n? c \., <han ' slca P: E * v «» fur!on«B)— Major T. J.
l£, T V w ;iV "V'- 01 '- 3 to 1. won: Co], net Jim Dougis*.
tr-ird •?;''•'• n 52 5<5 < ?— on.j; Alcor. H1 (Taylor), ato I.
»■*•:. '■ '■■ ' >^ ;l i. Nonie Lucille and Mlltla-ies al*>
®tasL\ r*f* .' r rye' ye ari 'J ore-half furlonss)— l>-rs. 110
•**>rd' v('° *■ lrBB; KlJ i Hill, 1U» (RoWn»on). « to 1.
IWi, S?* B ** "'" (Treubell, >: to J. third. Time,
UttiZhZi?- PVaok; U-xcllne. =;r . Ti.-.\ . M .ntiilban.
" x •'"■!' r^,—j: f -.-:->lt. 105 (Aubuchoni. X to
** *t7-* Jf - U! ( J><'r!'ir!<k), 11 to S. K#cond; Ml.l'or.j;.
"arhil.'Vr 1 - ] - '° 1- ihlrd. Time. 1:14%. Problem,
Kir.' %.,.. :!ril I; 'P: !» Mark. Dod Anueison. ■]"!.•■ Tl.rall.
fcUro 3 - '' f;<l Uilk *»d Moccasin Maid also ran.
3 - *£«■■«■" ' cr *' mile)— itaßdator, 105 (Scovlllr). 0 to
*'*'• It i •;', r:!r -X - <la i". HI «Nlcol). 6 f. .'.. second; Bu'.l
t^«* sew n' c , r f: irl: ' 1: '- -to '■ tilir ' 1 - T!r " f> - »:«»• In
• «-«-i^!iar.t. L.iyi.-.,,. Kentoa and I'lnasid al?o ran.
RATERS VERMONT golf champion.
Fjtw»T h r tCr< Vt • ' •••-'■ *--M- X Waters, of th«
R» 4 ( '. Countr >' Oifc. won the Vermont State
tofj. ~^f ton *blp to-day rough a decisive vlc-
C:«b L* r J ' ° Batt * r "•' the Rutland Oolf
-tWi£.^? r€ \'i f n U P and » t<. play in a thirty
«n Q>« !irv; a '- Batterson J.ad a decidedly off day
**«• W«Sh^ V'f' wa " r " vvtr a factor in th*- <:on
sWKtoffTi2[?-jed/roni the .-tart. ..r..l nlshed th*
*2 no i^? d or elS*rt«ea I'ol^-s 7 up. Batttrson
t t *nd*d m \t :n . l!lA ■•«ft< i rnoon, and the con
•ttten*r vj«^i : " ' n "" h &r*en. A large crowd of
•* r nafters warch«»<l che play
t"* ND ' CAP at DYKER MEADOW.
fcflttr 1 v* U> , leil<l in lh(t m4imbe ri>- handicap at the
c^ aetdo* Oorf Club inesterdajr were W. S
"nt. 'i±Z,3, 7C - W. n. lihott. Bt-A-Si. and K. F.
| |a GOLF AT APAV/AMIS.
ter^v^ 81 " hindicap at the Apawamla Clv!. y.-..
:^ first A (JrowjUeck and V.'. K. Thuretoq tii-J
t.-.. « " aM F ' v " on ' 1 i >Tiz -- l! I *o«m. Matches iq
■ £"- VT,"^ T ?t!(i< ." I '^ «* *<**■ E. A.
' *• .-' Kpl-T /- H - '' aa t > !i al » '-r •' up «nd jto nlri'y
*ibr i* '•■ i up; O. ; '
T k. n I?,; 1 * A - S. Thtti stot: i,y ■ up and 4to play
tt - "Jtamuw v i a. n. CiMii aave still m v£j.
LARNED NEARLY LOSES.
Hard Fivr-Srt Match Needed to De
feat Behr at Nahant.
Nahant. Masa.. Au*. 4.-Wllliam A. Lamed.
tne ex-natlonal lawn tennis champion, nearly
met hi* match to-day In his contest with Karl
H. Behr. of Yale University, in_the flnal In the
singles of the Nahant tournament Five hard
fought sets, with a total of"flfty-one games,
were necessary before the veteran won from the
new aspirant for lawn tennis honors.
It was the second time that the two had met
this week, Lamed having defeated Behr at
Longwood last Tuesday in a four-set match.
The scores to-day were 5-7. G-4. G-4,.3— <j[
O1O 1 '1.
Lamed's victory was due to a game rally in
WILLIAM A. LARKED.
the last set, when Behr had the lead by three
games to one. Lamed then won two deuce
games, and followed it by a love game, which
gave him the lead. The veteran then captured
the eighth, another deuce affair, but Behr won
the ninth. Lamed. however, won the tenth,
the set and match with Behr at thirty.
Nearly all the games in the match were quick
ly decided, only fourteen of the nfty-one going
to deuce. Behr's most effective work was lob
bing to the left and smashing to the right, while
Larned's ground strokes were telling.
M. D. Whitman and W. J. Clothier won the
doubles event in a two-set contest with C. F.
Watson and F. C. Colston, 6—3. 6—2.
MISS SUTTON WINS AGAIN.
California Girl Beats Miss Atchison in North
Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. Aug. 4.— ln the wome
n's singles at the Northumberland lawn tennis
championship contests to-day Miss May Sutton, of
California, beat Miss H. Atchison by 6—2. 6—l.
In tho mixed doubles open championship final G.
Hillyard and Miss Sutton beat H. Laws and Miss
Atchison by 6—o, o—4.
Stroke Separates First Four Men in
Six-Hole Medal Play.
Southampton. M. V., Aug. Close finishes
marked the thirty-six-hole medal play open handi
cap on the links of the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club
to-day. Adrian H. Larkin, of the Baltusrol Golf
Club, won, with a card of 163 — — 151, while three
others crowded him closely, only a stroke away.
Walter J. Travis, of Garden City, playing from
scratch, won the gross score prize with 152.
Conditions were ideal for eclf, and the players
welcomed the appearance of the sun. The strong
west wind made the in-play easier than usual, but,
for all that, the 35 made by Travis on his last
nine holes was exceptional. This enabled him to
return In 75. His only bad holes were the ninth
and tenth in the morning, where he took 7 and 5,
respectively. His card follows:
Out •» 4 4 3 3 4 6 6 7—39 .
lr, 5 3 5 5 5 5 4 3 3— 77
Out 4 4 4 4 4 6 5 4 6—6 —
In 3 5 4 4 4 4 3 4 4—35—75—152
When the fifty-odd starters left on their first
round it looked as though D. H. Barrows, r.f Prince
ton. had more than an even chance of winning, with
a handicap of 16 on the day. This belief became a
conviction when he ma.de a 77 for the first rviund.
but an indifferent 83 in the afternoon put him out
Of the race.
Percy R. Pyne. 2d, of Morris County, and Gilman
P. Tiffany, of the Powelton Golf Club, were both
expected to make a strong bid. They had 8-
Btroke handicaps. Tiffany had a 79 in the morn
ing and Pyne the same score in the afternoon, but
neither was able to maintain the pace throughout
In order to win the handicap. Larkin had to finish
in 3. which Included two missed short puts and a
penalty stroke. A special prize was offered for
the best net score in the afternoon, which was won
by W. T. West, of Princeton, with 5— 73.
Durins the afternoon iiiss Beatrix H. Hoyt
played over th<* course in a mixed foursome. It
was her first appearance here In three years.
Miss Hoyt was the national woman champion in
ISS9. 1900 and 1901.
The- scores l.i the handicap, were as follows
Gross. Handicap. Net.
A. H. Larkin. Baltusrol ua 12 151
\V. J. Travis. Garden City 163 0 152
T. j*. Held. Montclair 164 12 132
W. T. West. i->iinceton 162 10 152
F. H. Thomas. Morris County 107 14 163
<;. P. TtSany. Powelton i«- 8 154
1). U. Barrow*. Princeton l'.O 12 164
j G Dettmer. Enflewood I«*> 12 154
Percy It. Pyne. 2d, Morris County 163 8 155
Robert Abbott Plalnfield. 1«1 8 156
Ch^trr GrlswoM. Garden City 170 14 15«
C. W. Hunt. Jr.. Princeton 179 22 157
C F Watson Essex County 171 14 157
V. s. Manson. Maldstone 177 16 161
H H Btearus, Bhinn. IM S3 1«»2
j.tjl Thomas, Shinnecock.. 187 14 163
H. AlfJarae*. Lekewood 1») •-•« I(>4
6. X De Forest. Lakewood 1">1 16 lfiS
KM Barnes, Englewood 183 10 IC7
\V H. BOCOCk. Athens, Gi 203 3ti I<J7
U. S. Steams Jr.. Bhtnnecock 107 30 167
E 1- De Poreat, i.nkr-»(to<i 182 14 168
\ m Crane. Scjrsilale 207 32 175
H. M. liitrhlngs. Ur.gtewood 214 32 182
PLAY AT RICHMOND COUNTY.
Two handicaps were played yesterday on the
links of the Richmond County Country Club, on
Statcn Island. In the Class A and Class B events
the prizes were won outright. The first four in
each set aualUJed for the W. I. Seaman Cup. The
GroHS. H'cap. Net.
■U H. Thomas «* 2 fi>>
A. O. Br«ier W 10 M
\V A Rn| I" !» 84
C.W. Tainte H 0 87
N. N. Walker, jr W « »S
A. 1.. I'atti>-ipon " 3 tin
Hicnard Agar J"' ■* W
W. I. Seaman ■"* ,•' "•*
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NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. AUGUST 5. 1906.
THE CAR FOR. SERVICE
Private Owners in the A. A. A. Tour
The most interesting feature of the recent tour to the general public was the
performance of private owners. As in all previous tours held in this country, White
owners turned out in comparatively large numbers. Four White private owners
started and four finished the tour — as many as any other three makes combined.
Augustus Post, of New York, made a perfect score for the Deming trophy,
but, owing to his official position on the committee, relinquished his claim
to the trophy in favor of the other ear which had a clean score. Mr. Post
did not even have a puncture, nor did he make any replacement or adjust
ment whatever. t
Paul H. Deming,of Detroit, chairman of the touring committee, a non
contestant, came through in his usual faultless style, carrying in his run
about from two to seven people, as the duties of lua position demanded.
J. G. Cassatt, of Philadelphia, not only drove from his home to the starting
point at Buffalo, but also drove from the finish at Bretton Woods back to
Philadelphia, thus putting to his credit the greatest mileage of anyone
participating in the tour. Mr. Cassatt's only penalization was due to a piece
of waste clogging his gasoline line.
Tha car of L. F. Braine, of New York, which had seen 12,000 miles of
service before the tour commenced, was the only 1905 machine to complete
Of secondary importance are the doings of drivers representing tbe various companies.
H. K. Sheridan, entered for the Gllddeii trophy, was penalized at but one of the .>* check-
Ing stations. Here he lost two points, due to three nail punctures in a 12-mile control.
42 West 62d St., New York
1380 Bedford Aye., Brooklyn
A.G. VANDERBILT WINS.
FOVIt FIRSTS FOR HIM.
Bay Shore Horse Snow Ends — "Mad
Bay Shore, I»ng Island, Aug. 4. — Fine, clear
weather favored the Bay Shore Horse Show Asso
ciation in its last day of the show on the grounds
of the Oakwood Driving Park.
A. G. Vanderbilt carried off the honors, with
four first prizes and one third. Not only did he win
the four-in-hand class, which was one of the prin
cipal events of the day. but he also carried off the
much coveted championship. The annual road
race was a walkover for Mr. Vanderbilt. His
driver made an attempt to break the record for
the seven miles, but the best he could do was to
drive the distance in 31 minutes. This is the sec
ond time successively that Mr. Vanderbilt has
captured this event.
A .dog light started during the judging of the
four-in-hand class. A small bulldog parked defi
ance to the coach dog which was trotting, with
proper dignity, beneath the Vanderbilt coach. At
once Adventure, the coach dog. Jumped the fence,
and. running up the steps, closed with the bull.
Women shrieked and some one yelled "Mad dog:"
which caused a panic. The dogs continued to fight
until separated by Mr. Bor.s.
Two of the surprises of the show were the fine
black pair of mares Dormer and Blitzen, owned
by Miss Bedford, which captured every event in
which they were entered. In the first event to-day
for roadsters Forrest G. HnJT won with his Addle
Chimes from A. A. Houseman's Meda Bells. In
the breeding class William Post & Son. of East
Willlston. carried off first honors with their chest
nut mare Perhaps. In the maiden saddle class the
Elsinore Farm's Katzen Jammer Kid won from C.
Watson's Jean Beakam and a local exhibitor from
Westbury- The Edward Knieriem Cup fell to A.
G. Vanderbilfs Polly Prim. R. F. Carman's Social
Whirl being a close second. In the class for pairs
of harness horses Miss Bedford won easily with
Dormer and Blltzen. In the hunter class J. E.
Hunter won first and third honors with Nimrod
and Irish Maid, while the Westchester Farm was
second with Jack Frost.
The ponies in harness created more interest than
any other exhibit in the afternoon. Ten small po
nies lined up for Judgment, nearly all of them be
ing driven by small boys or girls. After weeding
out the poorer class, it was down to Lady Eccles.
owned by J. W. Harriman. and the Elsinore Farm s
Welsh Piinwe. • Lady Eeeles finally won out on
P< A G Van3erbilt was successful in the four-in
hand class, winning the first prize easily but los
ing the second to C. W. Watson. While the Jump
ing class was being Judged the crowd gathered on
the course and interfered to such an extent that
a number of hunters refused to jump. C. H. Rob
bins won with Chenoe, while Allan Pinkerton was
eecond with Highball. .
The harness horfe class for horses over 15 hands
was won by J. W. Harrlman's Chieftain, from
Georß«» Watson's Ladonia. The class for trotters
lioueht cut a number of local exhibitors. Tho
blue rll.bon fell to William Post & Son's Florence
Kent. The maiden harness class was won by John
Doyle's Broker. -• V- "■'■■
Among the well known people at the jjow were
Mrs. George A. Ellis. Miss Grace Ellis. Mrs. C. V.
Ketter Ira Retter. Miss Helena Meeks. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Adolf Mollenhauer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mollenhauer. Mrs. W. V. Wooley. Miss Wooley.
Mrs E V Balllard. Mr- and Mrs. Benjamin Mese
role 'Mr and Mre. Warren Barker. Mrs Sydney
GuydonSl™ F. H. Webster. Major Willard L.
Candee.'Mrs Camlee. Mr. and Mrs W. G. GUlmore,
Jr . Mrs George Herbert Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam Campbell. Robert A. Plnkertan. Mrs. A!'an
Pinkerton; Miss May Pinkerton and Jay Carlisle.
das* *2 <ro»d»ter«: the horeea entered In th}» clam* will
be Judged as road tones that »re driven regularly on th«
roao- tnnr nmnnere. conformation and btyle of E'>l:>s w!.l
be considered, not their pedlgroe or re«*— •—«/•!» by
FV>rrest O. H»ffs b m. Addio OilMiee; ... A. tiause
tnaE'i*b m. Merla Belle, necond; llowora N'owlns .eh. g.
N CU«S U i r to»en: brwdlnn elm colts or miles, any hrerd.
not more than thre- year* old, suitable for heavy h*r:.«».
to be ju.lß*l t.y their Individuality ani suitability f..r the
pun><*« o« shown In the rln«: U. be shown In fear.l cr by
UtetkU of « oiKidlc before the Ju<l«*» et harneas horse*)-.
Won by Vl'llllani I'ont * Hons^h. m. # J-»rhap«. Char.«w F.
Hubb's b. g. Th» Indian, seeood.
CUm 41 (open; i.ial<i.-:i saddle hi:pc». more than 14.1
hiu«J»; this tta*s is oj>on only 10 horses that hftve not won
a first prize In classes for saddle horsen at anr horee
sl»»w; a hor>* ent»r«ti in this maiden class and havlns
won a first prlM In a previous oor.t«st under like condi
tions at thl* show \» disqualified from comretlng as a
maiden)— Won by EUtn.ie Farm's blk. s Kats«nJ«mni»r
Kid; 8. A. \V. naltaizl's irr. ,m. V*vr iJr.-p. HMH; C.
W. XVataon's I* m. Jemi n«akarn. tnlr«i ■ „_-_
Class t dip»n; the Kdward ICn erlem Cup; value. |230;
for herne«* horsrs. thn best kK: horse, l't hands or over;
horica ti» ba drlvwi by th-ir owners '■■■> c'-Ks: own to
amateurs only; professional drivers and dealers burred;
the cup to be won by the same owner and the same horse
two -years In succession before becoming the property of
the exhibitor; the Bay Shore Horse Show Association will
present a silver medal to the winner > — Won by Oakland
Karma b. m. Polly Prim; K. F. Carman's b. g. Social
Whirl, second; Miss M. C. Maxwells eh. g. Adonis, third.
Clues 9 (open; pairs of tornws horses o-.er 111 and not
exceeding 15 hands; to be shown tv an apefropriate vehicle)
—Won by Miss Emily H. ifonls b!k. b- Dormer an.l
blk. m. UUtzeii; C. W. Watson's eh. nv Kitty Crey and
eh. m. Norena. second; Ml»s Gortrude Gilberts eh. g.
The Baron and eh. g. President, third.
Class 34 topen; tcrs*s suitable for ladies' hunters; per
lormance over stX four-foot jumps: ladles to ride) —
Won by J. E. Davis's b. b- Nimrod: Wcatcbester Farm's
m. f- Jack Krost, second; J. E. Davis's b. m. Irish Maid
C"las 3 16 (open; the Sontbalde Cup for tandem horses, to
be over 15 bands: owners to drive: professionals barred) —
}X. alk ver for Oakland farm's b. m. Polly Prim and b. m.
Class 2tt (open; ponies In harness, under 13.1 hands) —
v\on by J. W. Harrlman"n br. m. I^ady Eccles; Klslnore
Farms blk. m. Welsh Prince?!!, second; George Watson,
jr.'s, eh. g. Little Anthony, third.
Class 34 (championship saddle horses; epen only to
horses having taken a first prize in the paddle horse
classes at thla or any other recognized horse show; should
there be a sufficient number of horses if comparatively
large and small sizos in this class. li will be respectively
divided Into two competitions, each winner being awarded
half the purse and a champion ribbon: the division vt
sizes will be 15.1 hands or under, and over 15.1 hands) —
Large champions: Won by J. W. Harriman's eh. h.
Corlnne; J. W. Harrirrnn's blk. g. Petroleum, second.
Sn:a!l champions: Won by Thomas J. Ryan's b. m. Clar
etta; Miss M. C. Maxwell's eh. g. Jacobite, second.
Class 21 (open: four-in-hand park teams; to be shown
before a coach, drat- or brake) — Won by Oakland Farm's
Sweet Marie. Portia. The Youngster and Polly Prim; C.
W. Watson's Virginia. West Virginia, Lord Baltimore and
My Marylunad. st-cond; Oakland l'arm'i King Edward,
King James. <Jib.«on l!oy and Full Dru-?. third.
Road race (for the Hyde Cup; from the South Side Club
to the show grounds, about seven miles* — Won by Oakland
Farm's Valiant. Venture. Mlddletown Girl and Gibson
Girl. Time, 31 minutes. Driven by C. H. Wilson, man
Class 30 (open: jumpers; over cross-country jump, to
consist of pole and rail fence. Ftcno wall, hedge, board
fence. wat?r jump and a piK pen: jumps r.r.t to exceed
four feet six Inches in height; amateurs to rldo) — Won by
C. H. Rot>bln'"s b. g Chenoe; Allan Plnkerton's gr. m.
Highball, second; C H. Bobbin's b. g. Connell. third.
Class 6 (open; harness horses over 15 and r.ot exceeding
13.2 hands) — Won by J. W. Harrlman'it br. g. Chieftain;
George Watson's m. m. Laodamla. fcecond; Miss M C.
Maxwell's eh. g. AdonlE. third. »
Class 2 (open; trotters: to be shown to sulkies: speed
and conformation to be considered; the Judges can require
the horses In this < lass to do a half mile on the track)
Won by William Post & Bon's b. m F.orence Kent; A. A.
Houseman's b. m. Moda Bells, second; Manning & Seelie's
b. g. Keeler McGrosor, third.
Class 40 (maiderx harness horses over 14. 1 hands; this
class is open only to horses that have not won a first
prize singly or as one of a pair <.r tram In classes for
harness horses at any horse *tviw; a horse entered In this
clacs and having won 'n a cluas under like conditions ts
d'-iquulirw from competing as a malilt-r.» — Won by John
1j .\ sb. g. lirokrr: Manning & Semis's l>. g. Eglentlno.
•ecoad: Miss M. C klaxweU's eh. k Aft*-r All. third.
Class is; (cfaampton class; c^cn to horses ravins taken a
Hist prize under ar.v coadtttona in classes tor hcrses In
hai-nes* at this cr ar.y other ' «r.tr.ri horse show) — Won
by ChiklanJ tYirni's r» ny The TomnilT
OUAKEE OARSIfEIT WIN.
St. Catherines. Ontario, Aug. i.— The second day's
races of the Canadian Amateur Association iof
Oarsmen's regatta were rowed on the Henley course
to-day under most fnvorabl* conditions.
The intermediate singles was won by Green, of
the' Toronto Argonauts, by a row feet from Craig,
of Detroit Henderson, of Winnipeg, was badly
beaten. Kph McGee. of Toronto, had an <asy vic
tory in Urn venlar stngles over Coltsun. of Hamilton.
Ti*a victory oi the Crescents, oi I'hiladelxiuia, ta
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THOMAS A. EDISON AND HIS TWO WHITE STEAMERS.
Mark XLVI, 24-28 H. P., Price $3,000
Jti!y 2Slh, !i!:shcJ Glidden Tour w:t:i PLRFLCI SCORI,
and in perfect condition.
Ju!y 31st, same car. without any repairs or adjustments ,
after the wort of the tour, won event in ,
Crawford Notch Hill Climb :"..; in the
§3,000 class* defeating its nearest competitor by /
15 seconds. 1^
This once more demonstrates thc'superlority ot
tlie desigrn and construction of J Mark XI.VI and
ajiain proves it to be the best car in its clasn
Immediate delivery of O ve model, aUo of Hark XLVII, 40 43
11. I\, I'riec $4,500, and Mark XIIV-J. IS 11. p., Price $1,750
Electric Vehicle Company. H^,7 ln rd
New York: Salesroom z t 134-136-IGS West SO tlr Street
MKMill a. i» a. M ~f *•-"
20 H. 1 "FIAT- Touring Car with Cape Cart Top.
20 H. P. "FiAT" Victoria with Hood.
20 H. P. "FIAT" Landaulette. y
20 H. P. -FIAT" Chassis.
Second Hand Cars.
..'"' ri. P. : ".-; \U!d "FIAT" $7,(V0
60 H. P. 1905 Model "FIAT" $B,^o
Prices of these cars when new, $13,500.
Broadway and 56th Street.
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Agencies: MARRY FOSDICK CO.. Boston. H. ALLLN DALLEV. Phlla.
the senior doubles was most popular. The Quaker
crew won easily from the Toronto club. The prizes
were presented to-night.
ATTOS AT HFXMXGS.
Barney Oldfield Beats Eddie Bald
in Three-Mile Sweepstakes.
Washington. Aug. 4. — Barney Oldfield. In his
gasolene car. to-day failed to lower his record
of fifty-three seconds for a circular mite, his
time being l:o9*j.
In a grand sweepstakes race of three miles, in
heats. Oldfield defeated Eddie Bald. The best
three miles was made by Bald In 4:05.
The races were under the auspices of the Na
tional Board of the American Automobile As
sociation, and were run at Bennings. The fol
lowing are the summaries:
Event No. 1 (for motor cycles: distance three miles)—
■\V .m by James Mansold. Time. 5:0 O.
Event Xo. 2 (open to gasolene cars listing; at SI.OOO or
lets) — by Mr. Riddle; Mr. Goldthwalte second. Time.
Event No. 3 (open to fully equipped tourti.ff cars carry-
Ing three passengers and driver, ur.der the following con
ditions: At plstclshot engines to be started: driver and
passengers to meant in th*ir places; distance, three
miles; at enl of first mile cars to come to full stop at
tape and i>assens;ers to be discharged; at end of second
mile cars to come ta full stop and ra»»eng*r!i te be
picked ui>: last He to be flying finish; prize, cup) — Won
by Mr. Frank; Mr. Dorsett second. Time. 8:20%.
Event No. 4 topen to fully equipped cars listlnc ot
$2,000 and over: distance, nve miles; prtie. — Won by
C. W, Frank; Stanley Zell. Baltimore, second; L. Walker
third. Time. 8:43.
Kver.t No. 5 (Great National Sweepstakes; open ta the
world; $2,MX> In gold to th» winner. »fn»> in be added if
world's coaepetittoa reecrd is broken; race run -n heats;
distance of three miles each: thore were only two entries.
K.Mie Bald and Barney OMflold) — The Urst heflt was won
by Bald in 4:05; th» second h.-at was declared a dead
heat; time. 4:10. The dead heat was raced over a dis
tance of one mile, with a flyins start, and was won by
Oldfleld in I:2s H. The third heat and the race were won
by Oldtield In 4:1?. the cars being less than half a length
apart at the finish. •'■•
Event Xa Earn*>v Oldn*ld against hte world's record
Cl n r^ r^eU;^tn^. Jl ' «- — » «-/l»?
SpecUl Hunaw Gill, of rjaltUnor*. went acaliut
£n« in r ?:l°J. *"" ' h * U " y OWa »«- cwrwtas; tS d^
SrxiclHl event— A flvc-mlle match iac« between Slrasra.
ilcCotrclclt acd Gill was won by th© totter in 1:K. mc *
AUTOMOBILE TRAUE NOTES.
J. B. Brady, vice-president of the Standard
Steel Company, who has owned three foreign care,
one of them coating mere than 112,000. has driven
a 40- horsepower Matheson car several thousand
miles, and the car is practically in the same condi
tion us at the time purchased.
William elL Butter, o* Urn Automobio ajal sVfIM
For Immediate Delivery
40-45 H. P. Touring Cars
UEOXBERS A. L. A. M.
THE MATHESON COMPANY,
et New Yort.
1G 1 9 BROADWAY.
BUILT LIKE A Gl'X BY GUNMAKEits.
Hotchkiss & Cie, Paris.
ARCHER S, CO..
Thone BC2 Bryan*.
Horses and Ccrrici^ss.
' A FAMIL.T *r<lng abrcad wlnhes to ilsrose of its ttmr.
2X. consUttr.R of tvr.i biy n-irs-s. a l>rnij*hara. a> Tleterla,
a high cart. d-ial>le harness, lap robes, Manketa. etc. V.'UJ
sell il'at> to a cash buyer. JkHMai X . Box 32. Trlbuco
clubs cf Amertcn. will snil on the Kaiser WMhetm
der.Grosee on Tuesday for an autcmoblle tour of
Prance. Spain. Holland and Germany. Mr. Butler
will be present at the international aerial contest
in England in September.
Percy Owen, manager of the New York branch
of the Aerocar lorapiny, recently spent a> day at
the factory in Detroit. On the return he stopped
at Fort Plain, sold a car. caught the nest train
for New York, and that evening »M another Aero
John Campbell, of Sr. Thomas. Ontario, president
of the British Land Comprtny. also president of the
John Campbell Flour Mills at St. Thomas, haa
purchased a Urge Aerocar finished in wine color.
The automobile has found a new use In the.
sporting world. X. Earle Taylor, aquatic coach,
has been coaching a crew at Lake QutnsigamoaaV
near Worcester. Uu*s., from his Pope-Hartford
Covell & Crosby. Xew York agents . for^tto
American motor ' car and for Jewell runabouts.
have for a few days W. E. X. Hemperty. secretary
and treasurer of the Forest City Motor Company
r.nd an expert mechanic, to al«l la denoonstratto*
the Jewell gasolene runabouts.
President Budlong of the Electric' Vehicle Com
pany say. tha« a sign of the times may be de
tected in the numerous requests for selUns rights
fcr Columbia cars which have recently como in
from South American countries He things that
Botth America will ultimately l>eccme one of ta«
most important marhtts for American cars.
Tires that will not puncture or explode) are
what the Traction Tread Tire Company say they
are manufacturing and Ondtag a large market
for. Whilo the domestic 'demand for these tires
had taxed the capacity of the factory to the extent
that promptness in ntttng orders was impoawlkl*.
with Increased facilities and orders from abroad
and Spanish America the capacity of the pUu; al
sufficient at rresent to ir.tet ttu £zt=z.ti\L